All News Articles for 2018-01-29

Monday, January 29, 2018
'We Are Not That Country': Rebuking Trump Policies, Judge Orders Immigrant Rights Advocate Freed
"It ought not be—and it has never before been—that those who have lived without incident in this country for years are subjected to treatment we associate with regimes we revile as unjust."
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When a Ridiculous Typo Pretty Much Says It All: GOP-Controlled House Prints Tickets for Trump #SOTUniom
So what is the 'State of the Uniom'? Hopefully, the Americam people will soom be told.
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With Cleveland Indians to Drop Racist Logo, Eyes on Washington 'Redskins'
"The Cleveland baseball team has rightly recognized that Native Americans do not deserve to be denigrated as cartoon mascots"
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'Despair Not an Option': Sanders to Deliver Response Following Trump State of the Union
"The very bad news is that Donald Trump is president of the United States." But the good news, Sanders told supporters on Monday, is that "we are witnessing a revitalization of American democracy with more and more people standing up and fighting back."
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People's State of the Union TONIGHT: #PeoplesSOTU to Counter Trump Agenda and Amplify the Resistance
"One thing is certain: Trump does not speak for a majority of Americans."
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Ditching Early and Amid Pressure, FBI Deputy Director McCabe Steps Down
If McGabe's ouster is for anything other than personal reasons, warns one Democratic lawmaker, it should be seen as "a problem" for Trump
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"The Art of the Lie": New Report Details Trump's Year Bereft of Integrity, Accountability
"President Trump has been unlike any previous president in his incessant, irresponsible attacks on the judiciary, law enforcement agencies, intelligence agencies, the media, members of Congress and judges, and private citizens, among others," says Fred Wertheimer, president of Democracy 21.
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'One of the Best': Readers, Fellow Journalists Mourn Passing of Investigative Reporter Robert Parry
"Parry always intrepidly challenged government and corporate media narratives. He leaves behind a mountain of work, and a legacy that has inspired many more journalists."
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As Senate Vote Looms, Groups Call for Urgent Action to Stop GOP's 20-Week Abortion Ban
"The bill does not contain exceptions for health, proving that anti-abortion extremists do not actually care about our health. They never have."
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Poll: Only 2 Percent Have Seen Promised GOP Tax Benefits Trickle Down to Them
A new survey is the latest evidence that the Republican tax plan's giveaway to corporations is not trickling down to workers
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Trump Proves Record-Level Ignorance Regarding Ice Caps, Climate Crisis
"The president insists that 'the ice caps are at a record level,' confirming the suspicion that he's living on a different planet."
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